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williams_art_gallery. The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation is housed in Resnick’s l

The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation is housed in Resnick’s last home and studio, a former synagogue at 87 Eldridge Street on New York’s Lower East Side. Currently on view on the second floor where Resnick painted for decades, is a selection of his thickly encrusted oils from 1975-1987, including the monumental “Elephant” from 1979, 9’ x 17’6”. Two other floors fulfill the foundation’s mission, beyond preserving and exhibiting the work of Resnick and Passlof, to also support other artists working abstractly. On view until August 4th is a show curated by Robert Storr called “Doing What Comes Naturally, Seven Painters in their Prime: Riley Brewster, Denzil Hurley, John Obuck, Nathlie Provosty, Rebecca Purdum, Joyce Robins, Andrew Spence”. … Reproduced: John Obuck (b. 1946), “Funnel”, 2018, 24 x 24” and “The Stack”, 2018, 58 x 22”; Andrew Spence (b. 1947), “Untitled 1”, 2015, 22 x 16” and “Untitled 3”, 2015, 22 x 16”; Rebecca Purdum (b. 1959), “Raft”, 2018, 60 x 60” and “Switch”, 2018, 60 x 60”; Milton Resnick (1917-2004), “Elephant”, 1979, 109 x 210” and “Straw”, 1982, 40 x 30”. … Milton Resnick’s art is © The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation

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lindsaywaltart. A glowing painting by Andy Spence at the Resnick Passlof Foundation in

A glowing painting by Andy Spence at the Resnick Passlof Foundation in “Doing What Comes Naturally: 7 painters in their prime” curated by Robert Storr. Plus, had the added pleasure of listening to Geoffrey Dorfman play piano piece by Busoni (on Saturday’s). Includes work by Riley Brewster, Denzil Hurley, John Obuck, Nathalie Provosty, Rebecca Purdum, and Joyce Robins. @resnickpasslof #resnickpasslof

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Denzil Hurley #resnickpasslof #denzilhurley

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apalazzogallery. Nathlie Provosty will be participating in an exhibition at the Resnick

Nathlie Provosty will be participating in an exhibition at the Resnick Passloff Foundation in New York, curated by Robert Storr, opening Saturday February 2 – August 4, 2019. Therefor, 2018, oil on linen, 92 x 84 inches (234 x 213 cm), will be exhibited, in addition to other works. @ResnickPasslof #resnickpasslof #nathlieprovosty #therefor #paintingsforpainters #apalazzogallery

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tsmith02. The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation, my first visit since it

The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation, my first visit since it opened recently, what a special experience, congratulations to you all!! @resnickpasslof #resnickpasslof

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Fall sunlight streaming into The Milton Resnick and Pat Pasloff Foundation — a beautiful, new resource of the downtown art scene. The rosette windows signal this 1890 tenement’s past as a Synagogue before it became Resnick’s painting studio. By extension, the renovated space bears witness to one important wave of Immigration to the city, and to the legacy of two great artists who made the Lower East Side their home.

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Many thanks to everyone who attended #JeromeRothenberg’s reading last night! We’re looking forward to hosting many more poetry readings in the future. Stay tuned for more information this fall. #poetry #resnickpasslof

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I’ve always wanted to live at #87eldridgestreet but so great to see the #resnickpasslof foundation there instead. 👌🏻🕍

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williams_art_gallery. “You put [down] shapes and they become familiar. And I spent a long ti

“You put [down] shapes and they become familiar. And I spent a long time thinking, I don’t want those shapes, why are they there?… And if you know something about my work you know that those shapes just fell apart. Little by little, I ate away the shape… so that now I have no shape, no lines – paint that’s all I have, I only have paint.” – Milton Resnick as quoted by Nathan Kernan in the beautiful catalogue to accompany the inaugural exhibition at The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation on New York’s Lower East Side, “Milton Resnick: Paintings 1937-1987”. -- Reproduced here: Milton Resnick (born 1917 Ukraine-died 2004 NYC): “Untitled”, 1954, oil on canvas, 36 x 36”; “Untitled”, 1957, oil on canvas, 58 x 63”; “Continent”, 1963, oil on paper mounted on linen, 66 x 42”; “Straws”, 1982, oil on canvas, 80 x 60”. … … … Milton Resnick’s art is © The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation

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The Milton Resnick- Pat Passlof Foundation opens in Milton’s former studio. Impressive renovations and respectful preservation of his last work space. #resnickpasslof www. resnickpasslof.org www.midgew.com

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williams_art_gallery. Run to The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation, housed in Resnic

Run to The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation, housed in Resnick’s last home and studio, a former synagogue at 87 Eldridge Street on New York’s Lower East Side. The foundation opened its inaugural exhibition yesterday with a 50 year retrospective of Resnick’s paintings, “Milton Resnick: Paintings 1937-1987”. Opening day attendees also had the privilege of listening to an engaging and thoughtful tour given by the artist’s biographer Geoffrey Dorfman. -- “Paint, that’s all I have. I only have paint.” (Milton Resnick, c. 1975, as quoted by foundation president Nathan Kernan in the catalogue’s essay.) -- Reproduced here: Milton Resnick (born 1917 Ukraine-died 2004 NYC): “Music Lesson, 1958, oil on canvas, 67 x 68”; “Whelan”, 1959, oil on canvas, 70 x 50”; Studio view, 87 Eldridge, showing late gouache works (access by appointment); “Self Portrait”, 1949, pencil on paper, 13 x 11. … … … Milton Resnick’s art is © The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation

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We’re celebrating our inaugural exhibition all weekend! Join us for tours of the space tomorrow at 2 and 4pm. On Sunday, we’re open all day, with a reception from 4-6. #ResnickPasslof #MiltonResnick

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artbase.inc. #Repost @cheimread
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The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation o

#Repost @cheimread ・・・ The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation officially open to the public this weekend with the inaugural exhibition "Milton Resnick: Paintings 1937-1987." Open House: Saturday and Sunday, September 15 and 16, 11am-6pm. Exhibition tours: Saturday, September 15, 2pm and 4pm. Reception: Sunday, September 16, 4-6pm. 87 Eldridge Street New York Image: Whelan, 1959, oil on canvas, 70 x 50 in, 177.8 x 127 cm #resnickpasslof

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rairorg. #RAiRAlumni Milton Resnick (RAiR 1970-71) #Repost @dailyplinth with @g

#RAiRAlumni Milton Resnick (RAiR 1970-71) #Repost @dailyplinth with @get_repost #TheResnickPasslofFoundation @rairorg #rairorg #fbWall ・・・ LONGFORM: Milton Resnick Paints a Picture | The Milton Resnick and Pat Pasloff Foundation recently opened to the public in Resnick’s former studio and home at 87 Eldridge Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The building’s exhibition spaces are now open to the public.⠀ —⠀ 🎥: via The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation (@resnickpasslof) #DailyPlinth #MiltonResnick #ResnickPasslof #CheimRead

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The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation officially open to the public this weekend with the inaugural exhibition "Milton Resnick: Paintings 1937-1987." Open House: Saturday and Sunday, September 15 and 16, 11am-6pm. Exhibition tours: Saturday, September 15, 2pm and 4pm. Reception: Sunday, September 16, 4-6pm. 87 Eldridge Street New York Image: Whelan, 1959, oil on canvas, 70 x 50 in, 177.8 x 127 cm #resnickpasslof

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resnickpasslof. Watch Milton Resnick paint a small gouache on paper in this short film

Watch Milton Resnick paint a small gouache on paper in this short film, produced by Foundation trustee Geoffrey Dorfman, and featured today on @dailyplinth. #MiltonResnick #ResnickPasslof

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LONGFORM: Milton Resnick Paints a Picture | The Milton Resnick and Pat Pasloff Foundation recently opened to the public in Resnick’s former studio and home at 87 Eldridge Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The building’s exhibition spaces are now open to the public.⠀ —⠀ 🎥: via The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation (@resnickpasslof) #DailyPlinth #MiltonResnick #ResnickPasslof #CheimRead

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The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation is now open​!​ ​Summer hours are Thursday and Friday 11:00-6:00. They will expand the schedule in the fall, with the inaugural exhibition "Milton Resnick Paintings 1937-1987." @​resnickpasslof​ #MiltonResnick #ResnickPasslof #PatPassloff

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Wonderful visit last week @resnickpasslof. Honoring the legacy of artists #miltonresnick and #patpasslof, the foundation is housed in Resnick’s former studio. Beautifully renovated and featuring key works, they have left a portion untouched for an unparalleled look at the artistic process. Thanks for the #openingsoon #wheresuovo #resnickpasslof #abstractexpressionism #abex #americanart #artistsstudio

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rairorg. RAiR History | Milton Resnick (RAiR 1970-71) “Pat [Passlof] and I came

RAiR History | Milton Resnick (RAiR 1970-71) “Pat [Passlof] and I came to Roswell in a broken-down Citroen. The landscape was a dream, the sky a great circle, the bump on the horizon a mountain. In all that strangeness we painted.” #rairorg #tw #fbHistory

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resnickpasslof. “The figuration of the 1990’s wasn’t by any means a rejection of his e

“The figuration of the 1990’s wasn’t by any means a rejection of his earlier paintings. Nor was it a return to something earlier. He was always abstract, unless you go back to his student years in the 1930’s. Yet any time you start to have shapes in a picture, there is ‘implication’ present. People can read into just about any shape; their imagination is fertile. You’re not avoiding that by embracing geometry either.” — Geoffrey Dorfman on the variety of imagery in Milton Resnick’s late works. | Milton Resnick (1917 - 2004). Untitled, 1991. | #MiltonResnick #ResnickPasslof

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“Like straws the wind obeys your feelings. It also has resolution. It collects all that passes for nature and waits. That hesitation makes your eyes shine. Then it blows away.” — Milton Resnick. | Milton Resnick (1917 - 2004). Runaway, 1957. | #MiltonResnick #ResnickPasslof

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resnickpasslof. “Equally extraordinary is ‘Score for a Bird’ in which a canvas-wide fl

“Equally extraordinary is ‘Score for a Bird’ in which a canvas-wide flood of modulated pinks — a fleshy carpet — descends the surface, practically spilling before our feet. A deep yellow hangs above, distantly framed by hovering notes of pinkish and grayed ochres.” — @hyperallergic. | Pat Passlof (1928 - 2011). Score for a Bird, 1958. | #PatPasslof #ResnickPasslof

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resnickpasslof. Missed \"Milton Resnick: Apparitions, Reapparitions\" at Miguel Abreu Ga

Missed "Milton Resnick: Apparitions, Reapparitions" at Miguel Abreu Gallery? For a limited time, you can see some of the works that were on view in this exhibition at Miguel Abreu's Orchard Street Gallery. To see the works, which are by appointment only, contact the gallery at 212.995.1774 or post@miguelabreugallery.com. | Milton Resnick (1917 - 2004). U + Me, 1989. | #MiguelAbreu #MiltonResnick #ResnickPasslof

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“Every aspiring artist is eager to don this garment, which proclaims: I am no longer a student or apprentice; I am the thing-in-itself, an artist.” — Pat Passlof | Pat Passlof (1928 - 2011). Escalator, 1948. | #PatPasslof #ResnickPasslof

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Check out our story for a preview of works by Milton Resnick at Frieze Art Fair. The works are on view at Miguel Abreu Gallery’s booth (B10). | Milton Resnick (1917 - 2004). Dying for Love (detail), 1989. | #MiguelAbreu #MiltonResnick #ResnickPasslof

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Heading to @friezeartfair ? Make sure to stop by Miguel Abreu Gallery’s booth (B10 in the Main Section) to see works on view by Milton Resnick. | Milton Resnick (1917 - 2004). Untitled, 1991. | #MiguelAbreu #Frieze #MiltonResnick #ResnickPasslof

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This Saturday, at the 7th Annual Greenpoint Film Festival, see Bill Page's film “Pat Passlof... Unexpected Conversations...” Following it, enjoy a panel featuring Geoffrey Dorfman, a painter who also writes on cultural history, focused on Modernism and Modern Art and a board member of The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation. Click the link in our bio for more info. | Pat Passlof (1928 - 2011). Morgan’s Window, 1957. | #GreenpointFilmFestival #AbstractExpressionist #PatPasslof #ResnickPasslof

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resnickpasslof. “Always paint out the best place. It’s like your ghost: you have to ge

“Always paint out the best place. It’s like your ghost: you have to get at your ghosts and paint them out.” - Milton Resnick. | Milton Resnick (1917 - 2004). Dying for Love, 1989. | #MiltonResnick #ResnickPasslof

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resnickpasslof. In his essay, “An Interstice of Time: Pat Passlof in the 1950s,” autho

In his essay, “An Interstice of Time: Pat Passlof in the 1950s,” author and art critic Raphael Rubinstein notes Pat Passlof’s “turbulent brushwork with abstracted forms that exude a quasi-totemic presence” in paintings of “deep pathos and brute physicality.” That essay was published in the catalogue for “Pat Passlof: Paintings from the 1950s,” a 2014 exhibition @elizabethharrisgallery. | Pat Passlof (1928 - 2011). Promenade for a Bachelor. 1958. | #PatPasslof #ResnickPasslof

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Milton Resnick was a central figure in discussions at famous haunts such as the Waldorf Cafeteria, the Artists’ Club, and the Cedar Bar. His studio on Tenth Street was a place where many influential artists and writers also gathered. Included in this photo (c. 1958) is art critic and art historian Irving Sandler, sculptor James Rosati, and painters Elaine de Kooning and Al Kotin. Resnick is in the background standing behind his wife and fellow painter, Pat Passlof. | Photo by James Burke. | #MiltonResnick #PatPasslof #AlKotin #ElainedeKooning #IrvingSandler #JamesRosati #NewYork #ResnickPasslof

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